A RCT found that vitamin D supplementation improved neuromuscular motor skills, but had no effect on muscle strength in patients with HIV.
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A recent study found that age and treatment type modified the response of vitamin D supplementation among children and adults with HIV.
Both high and low vitamin D levels may relate to increased risk of mortality among both HIV-infected and HIV-exposed infants in Tanzania.
New research suggests that there is no relationship between the use of tenofovir and certain markers of bone health.
A new study in rats determined the effects that vitamin D deficiency has on complications associated with the HIV treatment drug, tenofovir.
In an important new study, researchers have found that vitamin D supplementation is a safe adjunctive therapy in patients with HIV.
Researchers have found that vitamin D deficiency is associated with increased risk of death among patients with HIV.
Vitamin D supplementation may be needed in children with HIV, according to a study published in the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal.
Research says people infected with hepatitis C virus and HIV are less likely to respond to traditional treatment if they have low vitamin D levels.
New research reports that women who start HIV treatment late in the course of their infection gain significantly fewer immune cells if they have insufficient vitamin D levels.